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      • darwin, northern territory
      • permanent
      • AU$35.00 - AU$36.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Our client is an independent statutory agency that is responsible for implementing disability and community services, which will support a better life for hundreds of thousands of Australians with a significant and permanent disability and their families and carers. They are currently seeking an experienced Participant Support Officer to join their team. The Role: The Participant Support Officer is a team member position and is responsible for setting priorities and managing workflow. The position will undertake procedural, clerical, administrative support and operational tasks including some basic research and analysis activities. You may have a public contact role and may be required to communicate with and provide straightforward advice to a range of internal and external stakeholders. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: Managing and resolving participant matters by actioning planning tasks as per current legislation. Providing counter/reception support for the local office including participant enquiries.Resolving customer enquiries, providing information and/or referring customers to appropriate government or community services. Managing the team shared email inbox, appointments and telephone enquiries.Undertaking research and investigation activities and preparing associated reports and correspondence. Undertaking a range of data entry activities and ensuring follow up is completed. Receiving and recording complaints and other feedback in the business systems. To be successful in this role, you will have: Knowledge of a range of work practices and procedures with an element of complexity and the operation of associated equipment and tools.Basic knowledge of theoretical or practical tasks that are applied to one function or area of activity.Responsible for organising task allocation and checking quality of work.Administrative and operational decisions chosen from a range of established alternatives.Plans own work goals and priorities that align with and achieve own and team outcomes.The work may involve working independently on specific tasks with issues that don’t have clear precedents resolved under appropriate guidance.Some initiative is required in completing still largely procedural tasks, for example in responding to varying circumstances.Deliver an effective customer service and provide quality accurate and consistent advice. If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our client is an independent statutory agency that is responsible for implementing disability and community services, which will support a better life for hundreds of thousands of Australians with a significant and permanent disability and their families and carers. They are currently seeking an experienced Participant Support Officer to join their team. The Role: The Participant Support Officer is a team member position and is responsible for setting priorities and managing workflow. The position will undertake procedural, clerical, administrative support and operational tasks including some basic research and analysis activities. You may have a public contact role and may be required to communicate with and provide straightforward advice to a range of internal and external stakeholders. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: Managing and resolving participant matters by actioning planning tasks as per current legislation. Providing counter/reception support for the local office including participant enquiries.Resolving customer enquiries, providing information and/or referring customers to appropriate government or community services. Managing the team shared email inbox, appointments and telephone enquiries.Undertaking research and investigation activities and preparing associated reports and correspondence. Undertaking a range of data entry activities and ensuring follow up is completed. Receiving and recording complaints and other feedback in the business systems. To be successful in this role, you will have: Knowledge of a range of work practices and procedures with an element of complexity and the operation of associated equipment and tools.Basic knowledge of theoretical or practical tasks that are applied to one function or area of activity.Responsible for organising task allocation and checking quality of work.Administrative and operational decisions chosen from a range of established alternatives.Plans own work goals and priorities that align with and achieve own and team outcomes.The work may involve working independently on specific tasks with issues that don’t have clear precedents resolved under appropriate guidance.Some initiative is required in completing still largely procedural tasks, for example in responding to varying circumstances.Deliver an effective customer service and provide quality accurate and consistent advice. If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • darwin, northern territory
      • contract
      • AU$44.00 - AU$46.00 per hour
      • full-time
      Randstad is currently recruiting for an Executive Assistant to join a Federal Government Department. This role requires proven experience working in a Senior Executive Support role and Government Department. Rate: $44 + per hour38 Hour WeekThe benefits to you:Exciting Government opportunity with a great work environmentFull Time Hours, 38 per week, Monday - FridayAbove market pay rates and benefits - $44-46 per hour The Role:This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced and organised Executive Assistant to join our Darwin based team. In this role, you will be accountable under general direction to undertake moderately complex activities and tasks within established procedures and guidance. It will have a considerable level of contact with internal and external stakeholders. It is a team membership position that will work within defined parameters relating to their area of responsibility. It will apply well-established policy, principles, practices and procedures to achieve outcomes that support and contribute to the agency's goal. The role will initially have a 12 month contract with view for permanency. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: Completing operational and/or administrative tasks of moderate complexity or difficulty.Diary and email management, responding to changing priorities and timeframes. Preparing replies to correspondence, briefing material and handling confidential papers.Scheduling meetings and preparing documentation for committees and projects. Undertaking research and investigations as requested. Coordinating official meetings, travel arrangements and official functions on behalf of the branch, Regional Manager, and other Agency staff. Providing high level administrative support on personnel and financial matters within the Agency. If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email emma.ward@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is currently recruiting for an Executive Assistant to join a Federal Government Department. This role requires proven experience working in a Senior Executive Support role and Government Department. Rate: $44 + per hour38 Hour WeekThe benefits to you:Exciting Government opportunity with a great work environmentFull Time Hours, 38 per week, Monday - FridayAbove market pay rates and benefits - $44-46 per hour The Role:This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced and organised Executive Assistant to join our Darwin based team. In this role, you will be accountable under general direction to undertake moderately complex activities and tasks within established procedures and guidance. It will have a considerable level of contact with internal and external stakeholders. It is a team membership position that will work within defined parameters relating to their area of responsibility. It will apply well-established policy, principles, practices and procedures to achieve outcomes that support and contribute to the agency's goal. The role will initially have a 12 month contract with view for permanency. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: Completing operational and/or administrative tasks of moderate complexity or difficulty.Diary and email management, responding to changing priorities and timeframes. Preparing replies to correspondence, briefing material and handling confidential papers.Scheduling meetings and preparing documentation for committees and projects. Undertaking research and investigations as requested. Coordinating official meetings, travel arrangements and official functions on behalf of the branch, Regional Manager, and other Agency staff. Providing high level administrative support on personnel and financial matters within the Agency. If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email emma.ward@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • darwin, northern territory
      • contract
      • AU$49 - AU$68 per year
      • full-time
      Our client is a Government agency focusing to help people achieve better outcomes through education, skill building and employment pathways. They are currently seeking experienced APS5 & APS6 Project Officers to join their team. Hours: Monday - Friday, 37.5 per weekKey responsibilities of the Role:Implementing large scale programs working closely with the IT departmentAssisting in the delivery of projects under the direction of higher-level staff.Drafting written material and briefings for the Executive Office. Providing administrative support to assist in meeting the projects agreed objectives, standards, timelines and stakeholder expectations.Developing project documentation such as project status reports, project management plans, schedules, and risk, issues and change registers. Undertaking risk management and project assurance activities. Undertaking research and analysis including contributing to the preparation of reports on relevant transition activities and/or project milestones. Overseeing databases and undertaking data quality assurance.To be successful in this role, you will have:High levels of interpersonal and communication skills (written and oral) to ensure deliverables contribute to achieving a large-scale reform.Strategic thinking and conceptual skills. Excellent planning and organisational skills. Agility and resilience to deliver results in a fast-paced environment. If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email emma.ward@randstad.com.au. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our client is a Government agency focusing to help people achieve better outcomes through education, skill building and employment pathways. They are currently seeking experienced APS5 & APS6 Project Officers to join their team. Hours: Monday - Friday, 37.5 per weekKey responsibilities of the Role:Implementing large scale programs working closely with the IT departmentAssisting in the delivery of projects under the direction of higher-level staff.Drafting written material and briefings for the Executive Office. Providing administrative support to assist in meeting the projects agreed objectives, standards, timelines and stakeholder expectations.Developing project documentation such as project status reports, project management plans, schedules, and risk, issues and change registers. Undertaking risk management and project assurance activities. Undertaking research and analysis including contributing to the preparation of reports on relevant transition activities and/or project milestones. Overseeing databases and undertaking data quality assurance.To be successful in this role, you will have:High levels of interpersonal and communication skills (written and oral) to ensure deliverables contribute to achieving a large-scale reform.Strategic thinking and conceptual skills. Excellent planning and organisational skills. Agility and resilience to deliver results in a fast-paced environment. If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email emma.ward@randstad.com.au. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • darwin, northern territory
      • contract
      • AU$45 - AU$46 per year
      • full-time
      Our client is an independent statutory agency that is responsible for implementing disability and community services, which will support a better life for hundreds of thousands of Australians with a significant and permanent disability and their families and carers. Our client is currently seeking an APS5 Remote Planner to join their team. The Role:The APS5 Remote Planner will undertake planning activities and tasks using available information where options are not always evident. It will be required to perform procedural, clerical, administrative and operational tasks that support and contribute to the company's objectives. The position will have a considerable level of contact with internal and external stakeholders and will be required to communicate with and provide advice on a range of matters to resolve moderately complex to complex enquiries.Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: Working with service providers and participants to gather and verify relevant information to facilitate access, plan development, ensure successful plan implementation and maintain community support.Developing plans reflecting participant choice and control within a reasonable and necessary framework.Undertaking reviews of plans with participants, delivering and approving plans to meet targets.Building participant capacity to maintain effective networks by liaising with individuals, families/ carers and their communities to improve natural and community support. To be successful in this role, you will have:Well-developed understanding of relevant statutory, regulatory and policy frameworks Responsible for providing professional and policy advice within an area of specialisationThis role may require you to undertake research and analysis, conduct investigations and provide advice on policies and legislation.There is some discretion to vary or tailor these to achieve outcomes.Apply initiatives to maximise the benefits of change and contribute to the improvement in quality and efficiency of services.Decisions require evaluative judgement and may involve tailoring work methods, interpreting and adapting existing procedures and practices to achieve results.Represent the work area or company at conferences or seminars.Some matters are likely to be contentious or complex issues that have scope for alternative interpretation requiring tact, persuasion and sensitivity within the application of guidelines.Additional CriteriaThis position is and Identified Role, you must be able to demonstrate: An understanding of issues affecting First Nations Australians.A demonstrated ability to communicate sensitively and effectively with First Nations Australians.If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email emma.ward@randstad.com.au. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our client is an independent statutory agency that is responsible for implementing disability and community services, which will support a better life for hundreds of thousands of Australians with a significant and permanent disability and their families and carers. Our client is currently seeking an APS5 Remote Planner to join their team. The Role:The APS5 Remote Planner will undertake planning activities and tasks using available information where options are not always evident. It will be required to perform procedural, clerical, administrative and operational tasks that support and contribute to the company's objectives. The position will have a considerable level of contact with internal and external stakeholders and will be required to communicate with and provide advice on a range of matters to resolve moderately complex to complex enquiries.Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: Working with service providers and participants to gather and verify relevant information to facilitate access, plan development, ensure successful plan implementation and maintain community support.Developing plans reflecting participant choice and control within a reasonable and necessary framework.Undertaking reviews of plans with participants, delivering and approving plans to meet targets.Building participant capacity to maintain effective networks by liaising with individuals, families/ carers and their communities to improve natural and community support. To be successful in this role, you will have:Well-developed understanding of relevant statutory, regulatory and policy frameworks Responsible for providing professional and policy advice within an area of specialisationThis role may require you to undertake research and analysis, conduct investigations and provide advice on policies and legislation.There is some discretion to vary or tailor these to achieve outcomes.Apply initiatives to maximise the benefits of change and contribute to the improvement in quality and efficiency of services.Decisions require evaluative judgement and may involve tailoring work methods, interpreting and adapting existing procedures and practices to achieve results.Represent the work area or company at conferences or seminars.Some matters are likely to be contentious or complex issues that have scope for alternative interpretation requiring tact, persuasion and sensitivity within the application of guidelines.Additional CriteriaThis position is and Identified Role, you must be able to demonstrate: An understanding of issues affecting First Nations Australians.A demonstrated ability to communicate sensitively and effectively with First Nations Australians.If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email emma.ward@randstad.com.au. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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